While Capital One (a WalletHub partner) is the only major credit card issuer that offers cards to people of all credit levels, the company’s 0% balance transfer credit cards are typically available only to people with good or excellent credit. Regardless of your exact credit score, we suggest checking out balance transfer cards from other major issuers in addition to these offers from Capital One. Not only will this increase your chances of finding a card you can get approved for, but it will also enable you to get the card with the longest 0% introductory term and lowest balance transfer fee. Besides, the credit card company from which you get a balance transfer card doesn’t matter much. Just think: All you should be doing with such a card is transferring your balance and making sure you pay it down before a high regular APR takes effect. You should thus pay more attention to card terms than issuers, and when you are ready to apply–whether it’s for a Capital One 0% balance transfer card or not – we will automatically redirect you to the respective issuer’s online application page.…show moreshow less
Can you transfer a balance from a Canadian Capital One card to a UK Capital One card?
No, unfortunately, balances held on Capital One credit cards cannot be transferred to other Capital One credit cards, regardless of where they’re issued.
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